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Are beet juice added as vegan?

Beet juice added as is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is beet juice added as?

Beet juice added as a natural food coloring agent is a great way to enhance the visual appeal of your dishes while also providing numerous health benefits. This deep crimson juice is loaded with antioxidants and nitrates that have been shown to improve blood flow, lower blood pressure, and boost exercise performance. Its sweet and earthy flavor profile makes it a versatile ingredient that can be used in everything from smoothies and salad dressings to soups and sauces. So, next time you want to add a pop of color and nutrition to your recipe, reach for a bottle of beet juice!.

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